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Georgia CEO Q2 2019 finds confidence levels in business conditions remain high while managing growth is a challenge

Confidence levels in the business conditions of the Georgia economy remain high and participants think most upcoming challenges are related to business growth, according to a recent survey of Georgia CEO readers working in the state of Georgia. The Business Confidence Survey is prepared by the Center for Business Analytics and Economic Research, a subdivision of the Business Innovation Group at Georgia Southern.

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First-ever EAGLE Academy student participates in Georgia Southern University graduation, defies odds

During Georgia Southern University’s Spring 2019 Commencement, Kasey Hayes not only became the first student to successfully complete the university’s EAGLE Academy program and participate in the ceremony alongside Eagle Nation graduates, but she also overcame a lifetime of adversity.

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Georgia Southern’s Master of Science in Nursing named most affordable

Georgia Southern University’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a concentration in chronic care management was recently named the No. 1 most affordable online nursing master’s program by the SR Education Group.

Georgia Southern professors team up to reduce food waste on Statesboro Campus

Georgia Southern professors team up to reduce food waste on Statesboro Campus

Three Georgia Southern University professors have been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Center for Sustainability to fund a project that will focus on recycling and reducing food waste in the dining halls on Georgia Southern’s Statesboro Campus.

Savannah Wind Symphony presents 41st annual Patriotic Concert on Armstrong Campus

Savannah Wind Symphony will honor active members of the military and veterans during its 41st annual Patriotic Concert on the Georgia Southern Armstrong Campus in Savannah. The concert will be held on June 30 at 3 p.m. at the Fine Arts Auditorium.